Age: 9 Yrs. Old
Adoption Fee: $400.00 (Plus Sales Tax)
Special Needs: no
Please welcome Brisket back to our rescue family! Brisket (formerly Hudson David) was originally adopted from us in 2012, but things happened in his family beyond his control. They felt they no longer had the time to devote to such a wonderful guy.
Brisket is still a very active and loving boy and has so much to offer any family. His former foster mom remembers him as a delightful dog to foster years ago. He is at the vet clinic for a checkup and will soon be ready to start searching for his new forever home.
2/27/20 Update: Before they brought Brisket to me, they told me he was 9 years old. I expected a slow-moving guy. That’s not what I got. In he came with all the energy of a 3-year-old. He bounced around, made the rounds to see the other Bulldogs, sniffed the entire room, and said “HI” to everyone. He is sweet, happy and fun, all rolled up into one fellow.
When we started the shoot, he was more interested in us, than being still. Neutral is not his gear with people around. I was so impressed that a 9-year-old had so much energy and personality. In 99.9% of his pictures, his tongue was out. It doesn’t naturally lay out. That tongue was from all the playing around he did before we could get him to settle.
Finally, we broke out the treats and THAT DID IT! Brisket and I have something in common: we are both food motivated! I loved watching him have fun and enjoy himself. After the shoot, I gave him a kiss and told him I wished I had a little of his energy. We’re both older, but I sure can’t move like he can!
Brisket was adopted from us in 2012, but because of life changes, the family needed him to find a new family. We love having him back! He came in with a few small issues: ears, eyes and a little underweight, but everything has been taken care of and he is great now!
The vet techs told me when he came back to rescue, he was quiet and reserved. Now that he’s been back with us, he’s found his old self. I am always amazed at what love and attention will do for a dog.
Yes, Brisket is a senior, but it will be a while before this guy slows down.This time, his family has to be his forever family. He has lost two families in his life and he can’t lose another one. He never deserved to lose any.
3/17/20 Update: I am trying to buff myself up by eating three meals a day and so far, the progress has been slow. I joined rescue looking and feeling a little hungry. I know it’s taking me some time to fill back out, but I am working on it. I am happy to report that after meeting some resident Bulldogs, I showed no emotion to them. Male or female, I really didn’t care. I really feel like you can find me a family now with other dogs and things will be good. I am 9 years old, but I have a lot of energy and I love to take walks. Please help me find a walking family that will love me forever!
5/22/20 Update: I have some news. I changed my status! That’s right, status change for me. You know how people are always “changing their status.” Single now married. Poor now rich. Large now small. And so on. My new status is “Needs to be the only thing with fur in the family.”
Things were going so well for me. Until the other day. For some reason, I decided to start a fight with the resident Bulldog that lives here. No reason… just thought she might want to rumble. She didn’t. And I got in trouble. I got my status changed and now I can’t play in the group of players. All my fault. But I’m still a great Bulldog!
I am 9 years old and 100% potty trained. I am active and love to go on walks. My foster mom considers me a “Velcro Bulldog” because I make every step she makes and sit on her feet to be close to her. Please help me find a furever family just for me!